In July 2014, total number of subscribers has exceeded 296 million in China Unicom’s mobile services business, with a monthly increase of 888 thousand new subscribers according to the released data from China Unicom for July. In terms of fixed-line broadband, the number of subscribers reached 67.798 million with 378 thousand new subscribers while the number of local telephone […]
According to Counterpoint smartphone market research in October 2013, iPhone 5S became the bestselling smartphone globally. Meanwhile, Apple had occupied one fourths of China smartphone market and its cooperation with China Mobile was about to begin. In October 2013, Apple rose to the third place in China smartphone market, behind Samsung and Lenovo.
China Mobile sufferred from total market failure in TD network era, now it’s time for China Mobile to win 4G era.
On December 4 2013, China issued 4G licenses to China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom at the same time. The three telecom enterprises were given 4G TD-LTE operating permission.
Enfodesk released its report on China LBS market, by the end of 2013 Q2, China mobile navigation apps accounts reached 120 million, with a QoQ increase of 8.5% and a YoY increase of 43.6%.
iResearch recently released its China Internet Data Report in Q2 2013, giving us a glimpse of China internet performance in Q2. Online Markets and Online Advertising As you can tell from the chart above, Mobile won over PC devices on internet segment markets growth, such as shopping, searching, marketing(searching excluded) and game. Online shopping and […]
According to Enfodesk, the top three mobile IM in China by total number of cumulative accounts are mobile QQ with 38.07% market share, Weixin (Wechat) with 27.97%, and Fetion with 18.37%.
According to the mobile shopping market quarterly monitoring report for Q4 2012, released by Enofodesk, China mobile shopping market reached 19.6 billion yuan (USD 3.15 billion). In 2012, the mobile shopping market reached 60.05 billion yuan (USD 9.66 billion), among which Taobao alone accounted for 80%. Recalling China mobile shopping market performance in 2012, market concentration is […]
Tencent QQ, Alibaba’s Wangwang, and China Mobile’s Fetion (Feixin) were the top three most popular instant messengers in China last year.
According to the released data from three telco operators in China, there are 987.58 million mobile subscribers in China by end January 2012. China Mobile is the largest mobile operator with over 655 million subscribers including 53.94 million 3G subscribers.
A new Chinese search engine “Panguso” launched in the market this Monday, powered by China Mobile and Xinhua News Agency. Again, it’s time for a quick Chinese lesson if you’re interested. “Pangu” is the ancient Chinese legend of the God of epoch-making. “So” means “search” in Chinese.
As shown in the graph above, China Telecom, China Mobile and China Unicom each had more than 10 million 3G subscribers at the end of October 2010. According to the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), the total number of 3G service subscribers reached 38.64 million at the end of October, up 10.4% month-on-month, […]
According to data released by Enfodesk, Q2 mobile IM market went up by 40 million more active users.
Announced yesterday, Xinhua News Agency and China Mobile are setting up a mobile search company? “search engine new media international”. No details were given.
Now, all China Mobile users can register at 139.com. Users currently can manage and send their SMS messages, manage contact book, use free online storage, and play online games. 139.com also provides unlimited email storage.